The voice actress, Amamiya Sora, tried the narration of the documentary called “The Sky of Tokyo”(Aired on Jan.25 at 25:00) in TBS. The comments from her to her fans, “It was a refreshing experience because I could also add voices to the thoughts of living people, not only to characters. I would be happy if everyone would listen to a different voice of mine besides the usual.”

Amamiya Sora is a voice actress who plays characters such as Aqua from “KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World!”, and Elizabeth from “Seven Deadly Sins”.
“The Sky of Tokyo”, a documentary program which Amamiya tried her first narration for the documentary, is a program that takes a look at present Japan through people that are living in Tokyo.

Amamiya narrates the program of Jan. 26, which the theme is “# Look up and think”. To know what kind of people looks up at the sky during their busy life, and the coverage began by looking at several pictures of the sky that were uploaded on Twitter.
The program contacted not only the people in Shibuya and Shinjuku, but also the people who live in remote islands and deep in the mountains, they found, “a man sent his love for his son up into the sky”, “a student who swore upon the sky for the sake of his grandparents who raised him”, and “a woman who stood up and became a hero to help the town” etc.. The program asked the reasons to the total of 12 people and followed their life dramas.

Please look forward to how Amamiya thinks about 12 different lives through the narration.
“The Sky of Tokyo” which Amamiya narrated will be aired on Jan. 26, 2020 at 1:35 am.

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I tried the narration of a documentary program for the first time in my life. I added voices in order to put myself into others' shoes. In addition, I also added my voice to the tweets on the Twitter, and it was a new experience for me to narrate the thoughts of people living in reality. Please listen to the difference in my voice in the program.